m4/3 not allowed on Lower Antelope Canyon photo tour

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Re: m4/3 not allowed on Lower Antelope Canyon photo tour
In reply to arbuz, 5 months ago

arbuz wrote:

amtberg wrote:

So I could take my antique 8 MP 20D but not my very modern 16 MP GH3 which has much better image quality, far superior high ISO performance, and vastly better AF (and MF). How incredibly ignorant.

Yes, sure, since your antique 20D is a medium or large format camera. "How incredibly ignorant"

I think this topic illustrates the reason for that requirement. The workshop is for the people that have some basic of photography and did not just migrate from iphone.

also, this topic is for people with basic life experience and reading comprehension skills, who did not just come out of a dark room. the staff at the location clearly equate "large camera = pro, small camera = amateur", and don't go into technical details.

If you and all the others responding to the thread do not know what is medium or large format camera then it's not even worth going the route of explaining how different is the process taking pictures with you "very modern" point and shot Gh3 vs medium format camera.

most ironic that you don't know the difference between P&S and m4/3. also, all cameras are point and shoot, unless you have some highly automated camera on a motorized tripod that can point itself and take pictures autonomously.

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